Question about DeLonghi EAM3400 Espresso Machine
I cannot find reference in the manual as to whether or not the brew unit needs to be lubricated. 1) Does it? 2) How?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Coffee Temperature
Hi , if you could open the below cover check the heating sensor might lose connection / if their is possibility to unscrew the sensor try to applied heat sink grease available in appliances repair shop , make clearance to boiling tank thick two papers in applying sink grease,same in warming surface.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
THANKS "Guest" - you just saved me $100 !
I had already bought a new coffee maker (Krups) when I came across your post. The thermal fuses (there are two of them) are indeed hidden - they are right underneath the metal braces/clamps that push them against the heating element that they are meant to monitor. If you take off these clamps and pull back the white insulation you can easily replace the fuse(s). What you need is:
- volt meter
- needle-nose pliers
- Radio Shack thermal fuse 228C (catalog #270-1321) - these are rated at the same temperature and look fairly identical. They cost $1.69 at your local Radio Shack
You do NOT need a soldering iron. So: - take off the bottom of the coffee maker - take off the clamp(s) and pull back insulation. - put your volt meter on either side of the fuse and check for continuity. In my case, one had no resistance (good) and the other had no connection (bad). - take your needle nose and pry open the clips on the end of the wires that connect to the bad fuse ... put in the new fuse (make sure the polarity matches ... just in case) and scrunch the clips together again - replace everything
In order to make this easy to do, I disconnected the water intake/outtake and also removed the two screws holding the whole heating assembly. Made it a lot easier
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
These machines do need to be lubricated every so often. First, buy some food safe lubricant, e.g. here. Then, turn the machine off, open the front door, and remove the infuser. There is a holder connected to the machine by two hex screws. You may remove this (or even just leave it on). Now attach a long tube to the lubricant (should come with the can) and spray lubricant on both sides of the vertical screw that moves the infuser up and down. Give it a few good sprays on both sides of the screw, up and down, and that should solve your problem.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
SOURCE: wont heat or brew!!
Make sure the coffee maker is unplugged there's 120 lethal volts inside when plugged in!
This unit has a replacable thermal fuse. It's a "Microtemp" Thermal Cutoff Fuse G4A00. You can buy five on eBay for $2.70. There are two on this unit and they are in the base concealed inside a 3" white mesh that runs alongside the heater. You will need a security fladebladed screwdriver that you can make by filing a notch in the center of a regular screwdriver.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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